Rusting “Tesla towers” found in Russia?

From the blog Dark Roasted Blend comes word of a bizarre, high-voltage electrical installation in Russia, which were apparently discovered by a Russian photographer who goes by the name Master, and happened to be wandering around in the bush about 50 kilometres from Moscow when he saw a series of gigantic, rusting towers with strange circular structures on top.

According to the site, they appear to be related to a little-known Russian high-voltage power research facility, and could have something to do with experiments that genius Nikola Tesla — the inventor of alternating current power — conducted on the idea of broadcasting “wireless power.” Click on the picture for more, or click here (thanks Steve).